Two teenagers armed with semi-automatic pistols are arrested outside a high school in Oklahoma along with the man, 19, after & # 39; threatened to shoot & # 39;
- Police in Oklahoma thwarted a potential school that fired Thursday after two armed youth and a 19-year-old man were detained
- Just before 11:00 am the police from Del City received an emergency tip that a 17-year-old boy with a firearm was standing across the street from the high school of Del City
- He would also create & # 39; threats to shoot the school & # 39;
Police in Oklahoma thwarted a potential school that fired Thursday after two armed youngsters and a 19-year-old man were detained after allegedly threatening to shoot a high school & # 39; shoot & # 39 ;.
Just before 11:00 am, the police from Del City received an emergency tip that a 17-year-old boy was standing across the street from Del City High School with a firearm and made threats to shoot the school & # 39 ;
Officer arrived on the scene four minutes later and held the young man in possession of a semi-automatic pistol.
After information they had received during their preliminary investigation, the police discovered that two others had been with the teenager before they arrived.
They quickly found both individuals, a 16-year-old also in possession of a semi-automatic pistol, and 19-year-old Andrew Lee Stiffler, who were both in school grounds.
& # 39; An alert community member and the prompt response from Del City officers thwarted a potentially dangerous situation. The investigation is ongoing and additional costs are expected & # 39 ;, police officers said in a statement.
Del City police refused to comment further and said that an investigation is ongoing and that more charges are expected to follow.
It is unclear whether the 17-year-old teenager was a student at the school or not.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Del City police at (405) 677-2443.
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